Social Media and College Admissions

Colleges are using social media as part of the recruiting and admissions process.

Learn how to perfect your social media to give you an advantage and boost your college application. 

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Whether applying to undergraduate or graduate programs, admissions officers refer to social media (especially when invited to do so by the applicant) to assess an applicant's character and credibility as well as to recruit students.

Students need to have their social media profiles public, searchable, consistent and compelling.

SA Apprentice: Social Media Courseware for College-Bound Students

This acclaimed social media courseware teaches students how to employ the social media they use every day in excitingly new and productive ways. The self-directed and actionable lessons teach essential social media skills with a focus on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google, and YouTube. The package includes a 9-course module utilizing how-to videos,  real-life examples, interactive exercises, and thought-provoking questions.

The courseware contains over 4 hours of comprehensive educational materials with step by step instruction on how to build compelling digital portfolios and developing effective social networking techniques. Students are encouraged to build their public social media profiles and apply new engagement skills as they work their way through the courseware.

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